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Tool Deburrs Both Sides of Holes

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Whitney Tool will display the Burr-Zit tool, a product of the recently acquired Cogsdill Enterprises. Constructed from a single piece of M-2 high speed cutting steel, the clothespin-type deburring tool can deburr both sides of a drilled, punched or reamed hole in one operation, even when only one side is accessible. According to the company, users can deburr as many as 5,000 holes per grind with approximately six to 20 grinds per tool.

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